Fujifilm X-T10 First Shots: Find out how the X-T1’s smaller, lighter cousin performs in our lab!
posted Friday, June 5, 2015 at 4:26 PM EDT
The new cameras keep rolling in! Today, we bring you the latest from Fujifilm, in the form of their brand new Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera. This new X-Trans-equipped camera serves as the lighter weight, intermediate-level companion to Fuji's flagship X-T1 mirrorless camera. Sporting the same 16.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans II CMOS chip and powered by Fuji's latest EXR Processor II image processor, the little X-T10 offers an expanded ISO range from 100 to 51,200 equivalents.
We are hard at work conducting our full testing of the Fuji X-T10, but we're ready to bring some initial lab samples for your pixel-peeping pleasure. As usual with our First Shots set of test images, we have a full series of still life images running the complete range of the camera's ISO sensitivities, both with the default level of noise reduction processing and with NR disabled or set to its minimum setting. We also have corresponding RAW files for all of our test images here, but seeing as the X-T10 is so new, you may not be able to open them. (There's little to no RAW support with most post-processing or other imaging software at this time.)
Ready to take a look? To get you started, below are a few 1:1 crops from our lab samples compairing the X-T10 to the X-T1 as well as the Olympus E-M5 Mark II at ISO 3200. As always, feel free to compare images from the new Fujifilm X-T10 to any other camera we've ever tested using our Comparometer (for default in-camera JPEGs).